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June is designated as gay pride month to commemorate the Stonewall riots which occurred on June 1969.

To show their solidarity with the gay community, companies are participating in LGBTQ marketing campaigns by pushing exclusively themed merchandise.

But not every product needs to get the rainbow treatment.

The LGBTQ community does have some taste, and Listerine's latest campaign just leaves a bad one in our mouths.


Listerine received some backwash for their rainbow-colored bottles.


Thanks for your support Listerine, but the seven-layer jello re-dress is a rather garish sight.



Twitter trolled Listerine hard.






The mouthwash isn't the only product donning a re-skin.






This will make us woke with pride.

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